39-K (76 mm)
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The 39-K is a double-barrelled variant of the 34-K which is itself a variant of the Red Army 3-K anti-aircraft cannon. Work on a twin-turret version of the 34-K began in 1934. First tested in 1938, the twin-mount was found to be unreliable so it was sent back to the factory for improvements. The 39-K was officially adopted in 1939 by the Soviet Navy. In addition to the twin turret, the 39-K had an electrically operated traverse instead of manually operated like on the 34-K, and the new turret was recessed 1 metre towards the ground. The 39-K was mounted on the Tashkent destroyer leader, Ognevoy destroyer, Kahsan-class river monitors, and the planned Kiev-class destroyers. Production ended in 1941 when it was replaced by the more powerful 85 mm/52 92-K.
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- 34-K (76 mm): Single-barrel variant
- 3-K (76 mm): Army anti-aircraft variant.
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|USSR naval cannons|
|30 mm||AK-230 · 30 mm/54 AK-630 · BP "Plamya"|
|37 mm||37 mm/67 70-K · V-11|
|45 mm||45 mm/46 21-K · 45 mm/68 21-KM · 45 mm/89 SM-20-ZIF · 45 mm/89 SM-21-ZIF|
|75 mm||75 mm/50 Canet patt.1892|
|76 mm||34-K · 39-K · 76 mm/60 AK-176M · AK-726 · D-56TS · F-34 · Lender AA gun, pattern 1914/15|
|85 mm||85 mm/52 92-K · 85 mm/54.6 ZIS-C-53 · 90-K|
|100 mm||100 mm/56 B-34 · 100 mm/70 SM-5-1 · Minizini|
|102 mm||Pattern 1911|
|120 mm||120 mm/50 pattern 1905|
|130 mm||130 mm/55 pattern 1913 · 130 mm/58 SM-2-1 · B-13|
|152 mm||152 mm/57 B-38|
|180 mm||180 mm/57 B-1-P · 180 mm/60 B-1-K|
|305 mm||12-inch/52 pattern 1907 · 305 mm/54 B-50|
|40 mm||2pdr QF Mk.IIc (Britain)|
|47 mm||3 pdr QF Hotchkiss (Britain)|
|152 mm||152/53 mm O.T.O. Mod.1929 (Italy)|